The stability of autokinetic judgments

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“1. The stability of judgmental norms, established as a result of interpersonal interactions, was evaluated one year after they were established. The evaluation was made by testing the subjects individually. 2. It was shown that the norms, so established, were stable. 3. Data were presented which showed that social interaction resulted in a rapid modification of response tendencies established in a previous individual training session. 4. The results were interpreted within a reinforcement theory framework.” (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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